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Veniam Inc. and VeniamWorks Inc. | Date: 2016-01-15

Network communication systems consisting of computer hardware and software for creating vehicular mesh networks, for monitoring and managing a group or fleet of vehicles, and for creating non-stationary wireless networks to connect vehicles to one another; Network communication systems consisting of computer hardware and software for use in gathering information on a fleet of vehicles, namely, to gather information on the position, speed, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of the vehicles. Communication services, namely, providing access to wireless and cellular telecommunications networks, providing access to the internet through vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle to-infrastructure communication and vehicle mesh networks. Design and development of computer networking systems and vehicular mesh computer networks; design and development of telecommunications networking systems and vehicular mesh telecommunications networks for providing access to wireless and cellular networks; design and development of telecommunications networking systems and vehicular mesh telecommunications networks for providing access to the internet through vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication and vehicle mesh networks.


Ameixieira C.,VeniamWorks Inc | Cardote A.,University of Aveiro | Cardote A.,VeniamWorks Inc | Neves F.,VeniamWorks Inc | And 10 more authors.
IEEE Communications Magazine | Year: 2014

We present a real-world testbed for research and development in vehicular networking that has been deployed successfully in the seaport of Leix¿oes in Portugal. The testbed allows cloudbased code deployment, remote network control and distributed data collection from moving container trucks, cranes, tow boats, patrol vessels, and roadside units, thereby enabling a wide range of experiments and performance analyses. After describing the testbed architecture and its various modes of operation, we give concrete examples of its use and offer insights on how to build effective testbeds for wireless networking with moving vehicles. © 1979-2012 IEEE. Source

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